Recruitment Selection Human Resource Management

Recruitment Strategy Human Resource Management

Recruitment Selection

The Recruitment Selection is the major part of Human Resource Management (HRM). This has not been done without proper strategic planning. Recruitment Selection provides for the organization a qualified job candidates, from a number of candidates by choose the best candidate. Before hiring companies, they should implement appropriate staffing plans, and forecasts to determine how many people they will need. The basis of the forecast will be the organization's annual budget and the organization's short-term long-term plans, the possibility of expansion. Additionally, the organizational life cycle will be a factor. The forecast is based on both internal and external factors. Internal factors include the Budget constraints, Employee segregation, expectation or trend Production level, Sales increases or decreases and Global expansion plans are the external factors. changes in technology, changes in the laws, changes in unemployment rates, changes in urban, suburban, and rural areas forecast data is collected and analyzed, the HR professional can see where the gaps exist, and then begin hiring individuals with the right skills, education and background.

Recruitment Strategy

Recruitment strategy is recruiting the right talent, at the right place and at the right time, which takes skill and practice, but more importantly it takes strategic planning. the development of staffing plans is depends on the aspects of market. Market conditions are the most crucial for to being strategic about your Recruitment Selectiones. Developing and Implementing Strategic HRM Plans Confirm job analysis through the questionnaire. Write job descriptions and job specifications. To recruit and review internal candidate qualifications for possible promotion. Determine the best recruitment strategies for the position. The first step in the Recruitment Selection is the acknowledgment of job opening. At this time, the Human resource management (HRM) manager look at the job description for the job opening assuming it is not a new job. job analysis and job description for the organization first decide to look at the qualifications of internal candidates. Internal candidates meaning who are already working for the company. If an internal candidate meets the job opening qualification, this person may be encouraged to apply for the job, and the job opening may not be published. Many organizations have a formal job posting process and bidding system for internal candidates. However, the benefit of publishing a position open to all, within and outside the company is to ensure that the organization is diverse. Then determine the best recruitment strategies for the type of position. for a high-level executive position hire an external head-hunting firm. For entry-level positions, advertising on social networking websites may be the best strategy. Most organizations will use different methods to achieve the best results. Another consideration is how the Recruitment Selection will be decided under constrained circumstances, such as a shorter time frame or a lower number of applications. establish a protocol for how applications and resumes will be processed to save time. some Human Resource Management (HRM) professionals may use software, such as Microsoft Excel to communicate the hiring process timeline to key managers. Once you complete these tasks, at last you have an interview selection process with a diverse group of people called. it is important to ensure that the right people should be recruited for the organization.

Job Analysis And Description

Job analysis is a formal system developed to determine what people actually do in their jobs. The purpose of a job analysis is to ensure the creation of the right fit between the job and the employee, and to determine how the employee's performance will be assessed.  in any organizations to perform job analysis, research is required for job analysis, which may mean reviewing the job responsibilities of current employees, researching job descriptions for similar jobs with competitors, and analyzing any new responsibilities that Needs to be completed by the person with the condition. According to the research of Hackman and Oldham, J. Richard, Motivation through the design of work Job diagnosis survey should be used to diagnose job characteristics before any new format of job. In order to begin writing a job analysis, keeping in mind the model of Heckman and Oldham, data needs to be collected and analyzed. Please note that job analysis is different from a job design. Job design refers to how a task can be modified or made more effective as new technology becomes available. Information gathered from job analysis is used to develop both job descriptions and job specifications. A job description is a list of job functions, duties and responsibilities. Job peculiarities, on the other hand, discuss the skills and abilities that a person must have in order to work. A job analysis must be done first, and then based on that data, we can successfully write job descriptions and job specifications. In any Organizations  two types of job analysis can be performed, a task based analysis and a competency or skills based analysis. a task based analysis focuses on job duties, and competency based analysis focuses on the specific knowledge and abilities of an employee has to perform a job. task based analysis might include information on the performance evaluation for employees. Create a report. Answer incoming phone calls. Help customers with product questions. competency based analysis may be more appropriate for specific, higher level positions, Able to use data analysis tools and Able to work within teams. Task based analysis requires a focus on job duties, while competency based analyzes focus on how a person can apply their skills to perform a job. We can see a task based analysis example as a receptionist, while a competency based analysis can be used for a vice president of sales position. if you prepare to write job analysis. Of course, this is not something that should be done alone. Feedback should be taken from managers to make this task useful in all levels of the organization. would you analyze all jobs in the organization or focus on just one department? Once you have determined how you will conduct the analysis, a tool should be chosen to perform the analysis. Most organizations use questionnaires online or hard copy to determine the duties of each work title. In many organizations face-to-face interviews can be perform for this task, depending on time constraints and the size of the organization. Job analysis questionnaires usually include the following types of questions, obviously depending on the type of industry.

United States Welcoming International Students

United States Students

International Students Are Welcome In The United States

The United States is one of the most popular destination choice for the international students, and the United States is giving the opportunity for the many international students, who had planned to study in this 2020 fall semester in the United States. these international students from many countries may still have the opportunity to do so. The United States Department of Homeland Security has announced its plan for temporary modifications to, F-1 and M-1 nonimmigrant visa requirements for the 2020 fall semester. The International Students will allow a mixture of both in person and some online coursework offered from the United States Universities, Colleges and business schools to meet the requirements for nonimmigrant student status. This temporary accommodation by the United States provides greater flexibility for nonimmigrant international students from different countries to continue their education in the United States, In this Global COVID-19 pandemic crucial time,  all the international students are also allowing for proper social distancing due to Coronavirus COVID-19 on open and operating campuses across The United States Of America. International students from world's many countries will still have to obtain the appropriate visa, and these international students may still be subject to other visa processing or travel restrictions due to COVID-19. Students should check with the local United States embassy or consulate for more specific information to their country.

Private Operators Will Run 151 Indian Trains In Future

Indian Railways

151 Trains Proposed Run By Private Operators In Future

The Ministry of Railways will Run 151 trains by private operators in future. 151 trains will be run by private operators, over and above the already existing trains. These trains are to run on routes where demand for trains already exceeds existing capacity. The drivers and guards of the trains will be railway officers. The safety clearance of the trains will be done by the Railways itself. 109 OD is formed in 12 groups in the Indian railway network. In which every train will be minimum of 16 coaches. The project will generate a private sector investment of around Rs 30,000 crore. It is the first private investment initiative to run passenger trains on the Indian railway network. The majority of trains to be built in India (Make in India). The private body will be responsible for financing, purchasing, operating and maintaining the trains. The trains will be designed for a maximum speed of 160 kmph. There will be a substantial reduction in travel time. The time run by a train will be compared to or greater than the fastest train of the Indian Railways running in the concerned route. The initiative aims to promote modern technology rolling stock, less maintenance, shorter transit time, job creation. Enhancing security, providing world class travel experience to passengers and reducing the supply shortage of demand in the passenger transport sector. Private body to Indian Railways through fixed freight charges, energy charges as per actual consumption and transparent revenue process Will pay the stipulated gross revenue share. The operation of trains by the private entity will be in line with key performance indicators like punctuality, reliability, maintenance of vehicles etc. Promoting the creation of, enhancing security, providing world class travel experience to the passengers and reducing the supply shortage of demand in the passenger transport sector. Consumption wise energy tariffs and transparent revenue will pay the share in the gross revenue determined through the process. Indian Railways has a network of about 68,000 kilometers route In the year 2018-19, the reserved passenger volume was 16% (0.59 billion) of the total original volume of non-suburban passengers (3.65 billion). About 8.85 crore awaited passengers could not be accommodated. The Ministry of Railways felt the need to introduce private participation in passenger train operations, implementing next generation technology and provision of high service quality, ensuring use of better coach technology and will allow travel time to be reduced. In this direction, the RFQ has already been invited to allow private entities to operate passenger trains. These train services will be operated on the Indian railway network, where both passenger and freight trains are currently operated on common tracks is being run. The major trunk routes are saturated and operated with full capacity. there will be availability of additional routes to operate additional passenger services and therefore it will be possible to run additional services using modern trains as proposed in the current initiative. Private entities will be selected through a two stage competitive bidding process that includes Qualification for Request (RFQ) and Offer for Request (RFP). The RFQ process will be for prequalification and the shortlisting of bidders will be based on their financial ability, who will have to offer shares in gross revenue at the RFP stage bid parameters to start the project.

Operation Samundra Setu By Indian Navy

Operation Samundra Setu Indian Navy Ship

Operation Samundra Setu

Operation Samundra Setu, which was launched on 05 May 2020 by Indian Navy, as part of a national effort to bring back Indian nationals from abroad during the COVID-19 epidemic, was successfully terminated after 3,992 Indian nationals were brought back to india from abroad by sea. The Indian Naval Ships Jalashwa (Landing Platform Dock), and Airavat, Shardul and Magar participated in this operation, which lasted 55 days and involved traveling over 23,000 kilometers in the sea. The Indian Navy has previously conducted similar evacuation operations as part of Operation Sukoon in 2006 (Beirut) and Operation Rahat (Yemen) in 2015. The COVID-19 epidemic is characterized by compact environments and forced ventilation systems for shipwrecks. The cause has a significant impact on ships and sailors. It was in these difficult times and difficult circumstances that, the Indian Navy took up the challenge for evacuating our distressed citizens from abroad. The biggest challenge for the Indian Navy was to avoid any incident of COVID-19 infection on ships during the evacuation operations. Unique drastic measures were planned for the ships operating environment, and medical safety protocols were implemented. These were strictly adhered to on the ships undertaking the Operation Samudra Setu, which resulted in the safe return of 3992 indian citizens to their motherland. Operation Samudra Setu was taken to the best use of Indian Navy ships. Which is suitable for catering a medical arrangements and carrying capacity for social distances related to COVID-19. Ships used for the operation were specifically provisioned and the Sick Bay or onboard clinics were specially equipped with COVID-19 related equipment and facilities. Female officers and military nursing staff were also prepared for female passengers. These ships were provided with basic facilities and medical facilities for all evacuations during sea passage. One of the expected mothers traveling on Jalshwa, Mrs. Sonia Jacob, gave birth to a baby boy within hours of arriving at Kochi on International Mother's Day. Indian naval ships Jalashwa, Airavat, Shardul and Magar took 23,000 kilometers during the Opasamudra Setu. and carried out the evacuation operations in a smooth and coordinated manner. Along with other government agencies, the Indian Navy has also been at the forefront of national efforts to assist our citizens. Indian Navy IL-38 and Dornier aircraft are used for doctors and COVID-19 related materials across the country. Indian Navy personnel have developed various customized equipment such as Personnel Safety Device Navigator, Hand-Held Temperature Sensor, Auxiliary Respiratory System, 3-D Printed Face Shield, Portable Multi Feed Oxygen Manifold, Ventilator, Air Elevant Stretcher Pod, Baggage Disinfectant Etc. also innovated Most of these innovations were made on the ships of the Operation Samudra Setu and host equipment was also provided to the countries from where the evacuation was carried out. The Indian Navy used its amphibious sea-lift vessels for the Operation Samudra Setu, Which has strengthened the flexibility and reach of these multidimensional platforms. another landing ship (tank) Kesari carried out 'Mission SAGAR' carrying 580 tonnes of food aid and medical stores including Maldives, Mauritius, Madagascar, Comoros Islands and Seychelles had gone. Over 14,000 km in 49 days. One medical team was also deployed in Mauritius and Comoros Islands as part of the mission. 3,992 Indian nationals evacuated during the Operation Samundra Setu, And the respective state officials have been entrusted with the responsibility. The Operation Samundra Setu, was carried out by the Indian Navy in coordination with the Ministry of External Affairs, Ministry of Home Affairs, Health and various other agencies of the Government of India and the State Governments.

United States India Virtual Foreign Office Consultation

United States India bilateral

United States India Foreign Secretary Virtual Meeting

The United States Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale and Indian Foreign Secretary Harsh Shringla conducted a virtual Foreign Office Consultation on July 7, 2020. They discussed United States - India cooperation across a range of international issues and developed concrete steps, to strengthen the United States-India broader global strategic partnership established by their leaders. Both countries secretary discussions included rules based international arrangements, bilateral and multilateral diplomatic cooperation, maritime security, and ongoing threats to a global response to the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. The United States Under Secretary Hale and Foreign Secretary Shringla all agreed to consult closely on the challenges and try to support each other's objectives. He also agreed that the United States and India Health Partnership, which includes cooperation on pharmaceutical activities and vaccine development, will continue to play an important role in the recovery of the world from Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. In addition the United States Secretary Hale and Indian Foreign Secretary Shringla reaffirmed the philosophy of the American and Indian independent, and open Indo-Pacific region where all countries can prosper, and to bring these scenes into reality by other Indo-Pacific partners have agreed to work together . The two officials from the United States and India look forward to this year's U.S.-India two plus two Ministerial Dialogue, and have pledged to remain in close contact on regional and international issues of mutual concern.

UNFCCC Paris Agreement Assistance To Developing Countries

UNFCCC Paris Agreement

UNFCCC Paris Agreement Assistance To Developing Countries In The World

The fourth edition of the Virtual Ministerial on Climate Action exchanges views, on how countries are aligning economic reform plans with the Paris Agreement key enabling conditions to ensure continued climate action. Chaired by the European Union, China and Canada to discuss the full implementation of the Paris Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and to demonstrate the ongoing political commitment to global climate action. Union Minister for Environment Shri Prakash Javadekar said that our country has taken very important steps to tackle climate change and will continue its efforts in future also. Mr. Javadekar called for developed country parties once again envisaged under the UNFCCC and its Paris Agreement to provide financial and technical assistance to developing countries. Highlighting India's efforts, the Environment Minister said that India achieved a 21% reduction in the emission intensity of its GDP between 2005 and 2014, achieving its pre-2020 voluntary target. In addition, India's renewable energy installed capacity has grown by 226% over 5 years and over 87 GW. The share of non-fossil sources in the installed capacity of power generation has increased from 30.5% in March 2015 to 37.7% in May 2020 and our Prime Minister has announced an ambitious target to increase its renewable target to 450 GW. The minister further said that we have provided 80 million LPG connections in rural areas, providing them clean cooking fuel and a healthy environment. “The total forest tree cover of India is 8,07,276 sq km. Which is 24.56% of the total geographical area of the country; More than 360 million LED bulbs have been distributed under the UJALA scheme, which has led to a saving of approximately 47 billion units of electricity per year and a reduction of 38 million tonnes of CO2 per year. Environment Minister said. Highlighting India's efforts towards cleaner fuels, India has emitted emissions from Bharat Stage-IV (BS-IV) by April 1, 2020. The norms have also been scrapped, which were earlier to be adopted by 2024. The minister also highlighted how India levied a coal cess of INR 400 as part of one of the most obvious green initiatives, and is now levied under the Goods and Services Tax (GST). Initiatives like this Climate Smart Cities Assessment Framework 2019 has been launched, which intends to provide a clear roadmap for cities and urban India through adopting both climate change mitigation and adaptation measures. Told the Minister at the meeting. The fourth edition of the meeting was attended by ministers and representatives from about 30 countries and was held for the first time in view of the ongoing epidemic. The objective was to ensure that progress was made on climate action.

World Bank Signed $ 750 Million Agreement For Indian MSME

World Bank Signed $ 750 Million Agreement

World Bank & Indian Government $ 750 Million Agreement

The World Bank and the Government of India today signed a $ 750 million agreement, for the MSME Emergency Response Program to support increased flow of finance in the hands of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs), which are severely affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The World Bank's micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) Emergency Response Program will address the immediate liquidity, and credit requirements of some 1.5 million viable MSMEs to withstand the impact of existing shocks and help protect millions of jobs in india. This is the first step in the midst of a broad set of reforms that are necessary to advance the MSME sector over time. On behalf of the Government of India, Additional Secretary, Department of Economic Affairs, Mr. Sameer Kumar Khare and the World Bank Director (India) Mr. Junaid Ahmed, signed on the agreement. Mr. Khare said that the COVID-19 epidemic has severely affected the MSME sector causing loss of livelihood and jobs in india. The Government of India is focusing on ensuring that there is abundant financial sector liquidity available to NBFCs, and banks that are heavily risked continue to take risks in the economy by lending to NBFCs. The project will support the government in providing targeted guarantees to encourage NBFCs and banks to lend to viable MSMEs to help them sustain them in present COVID-19 crisis. The World Bank Group, which has its private sector arm - International Finance Corporation (IFC) will support government initiatives to protect MSMEs.

Unlocking liquidity For India

India's financial system benefited from early and decisive measures by the Reserve Bank Of India (RBI), and the Government of India (GOI) to bring liquidity to market . Given the current uncertainties, lenders remain concerned about the ability of borrowers to repay resulting in limited flows of debt even for viable enterprises in the sector. The program will support the government's efforts to provide liquidity to the MSME sector through guarantee of loans from banks to non-financial financial companies (NBFCs), which will provide loans to MSMEs through a number of instruments, including credit guarantees. And strengthening SFB Improving the funding capacity of major market oriented channels of credit such as NBFC and Small Finance Bank (SFB) will enable them to respond to the immediate and various requirements of MSMEs. This would include supporting the government's refinance facility for NBFCs. In parallel, the IFC is also providing direct support to the SFB through debt and equity. Enabling financial innovations Today, only about 8 percent of MSMEs are served by formal credit channels. The program will encourage and mainstream the use of fintech and digital financial services in MSME loans and payments. The digital platform will play an important role by enabling lenders, suppliers and buyers to access it faster and at a lower cost, especially small enterprises that may not currently have access to formal channels. Mr. Junaid Ahmed said MSME The region is at the heart of India's growth and job creation, and will be crucial to India's pace of economic recovery after COVID-19. The immediate need is to ensure that the liquidity put into the system by the government is accessed by MSMEs. The overall financing for MSMEs is equally important to strengthen the ecosystem. The operation seeks to achieve both of these objectives by advancing the role of NBFCs and SCBs as effective financial intermediaries, and leveraging fintech to broaden the reach of finance in the MSME sector. World Bank India's Emergency COVID-19 $ 2.75 billion to support the response, including the new MSME project. The first $ 1 billion emergency support was announced in April this year for immediate assistance in India's health sector. Another $ 1 billion project was approved in May to increase cash transfers and food benefits to the poor and vulnerable , including a more integrated distribution platform accessible to both rural and urban populations on state borders. The $ 750 million loan from World bank For Reconstruction and Development has a maturity period of 19 years, including a 5-year grace period.

Global COVID19 Vaccine Development Race

Global COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID19 Vaccine Development

The cosmic silver line appears in the dark clouds of COVID-19 on the horizon, with the announcement of COVAXIN by Bharat Biotech and ZyCov-D Vaccine by Zydus Cadila. Now the node given by the Drug Controller General of India CDSCO (Central Drugs Standard Control Organization) to conduct human trials for the COVID-19 vaccine. Over the years, India has emerged as an important vaccine manufacturing hub. Indian manufacturers account for 60% of the vaccine supply to UNICEF. Vaccines for novel coronaviruses can be developed anywhere in the world, but production of the required quantity is not possible without the involvement of Indian manufacturers. The COVID-19 vaccine race has over 140 candidate at various stages of development. AZD1222, one of the key candidates, has developed the Jenner Institute of the University of Oxford and licensed the AstraZeneca British-Swedish multinational pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical company headquartered in Cambridge, England. The MRNA-1273 vaccine developed by Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute, Washington, and taken by the United States based Modern Pharmaceutical for production are just a step backward. Both these firms have already entered into an agreement with Indian manufacturers for the production of COVID-19 vaccines. Parallel Indian institutes are also engaged in R&D for the development of vaccines in India. Six Indian companies are working on a vaccine for COVID-19, with primary scientific input coming from institutions such as the Pune-based ICMR institution National Institute of Virology and Hyderabad-based CSIR institution Center for Cellular and Molecular Biology. Worldwide with two Indian vaccines, COVAXIN and ZyCov-D, 11 out of 140 vaccine candidates have entered human trials. Antigens from antibodies produced by immune and human immune cells are thought of as a compatible pairwise match. can go. Each pathogen has specific molecular structures called antigens. They are surface-like with a special color and design. After being infected with the germ, the human immune system develops antibodies that match antigens. As a retailer of color and design of riot design stores, our immune system has ten, There are thousands of types of antibodies. If the pathogen is a known enemy, the immune system may pull a piece of matching design from the stock. The pathogen becomes inactive after the match. It can no longer infect. However, if the microbe is unfamiliar, and mainly when it first evolved, there is no color in the repertoire. Nevertheless, unlike cloth, antibodies can develop. First, close matches are tried. The antibody fits best, following various cycles of development. The antigen is the time interval between the detection of the color of the main surface, and a coupling design piece, which is the antibody, that makes the infection mild or severe. If only the immune system can immediately neutralize the germ, the infection can be prevented. The immune system memory and vaccine is stocked for the future like a new hue of a piece of design once received, once from an antigen. matching new antibody develops, which is retained in immunological memory. The next time the same pathogen invades, the immune memory is inactivated, and twin antibodies are released. The infection is put into the bud. We gain immunity. A vaccine is a method to artificially induce immunological memory. Once antigens of pathogenic pathogens are introduced, the immune system is triggered to develop paired antibodies and immunological memory. There are several ways in which an individual can synthesize the immune system to develop antibodies and memory. Can stroke the bottom line is presenting antigen of novel coronaviruses to the human immune system. Recombinant genetic techniques from adenovirus-based live-attenuated viruses are used to develop many types of vaccines. Among the various possibilities produced in India are two inactivated virus vaccines and the DNA plasmid vaccine.

How COVID19 Vaccines Work

We can inactivate an entire virus with heat or formaldehyde, yet antigen molecular structures can still be retained, the inactivated virus will not be able to infect or cause the disease, as it is no longer functional. Bharat Biotech's COVAXIN uses a virus isolated from an Indian patient by the National Institute of Virology to develop an inactivated vaccine. The novel coronavirus infects human cells with the help of its spike protein. The virus's spike protein binds with ACE2 receptors on the surface of human respiratory tract cells. Once the virus fuses, the viral genome slips into a human cell, where approximately one thousand copies of the virus are formed in just ten hours. These baby viruses move to nearby cells. Infection can be arrested if only we can inactivate the spike proteins of novel coronaviruses. Thus antigen on spike proteins is an important vaccine target. If the antibody blocks the spike protein, the virus cannot bind the cell and multiply. The genomic code of the spike protein is mixed into a harmless DNA plasmid. This modified plasmid DNA bearing the genetic code of the viral spike protein is introduced into host cells. The cellular machinery translates DNA and encodes viral proteins into the genome. The human immune system recognizes foreign proteins and develops a matching antibody. After this vaccination, if at any time, we are infected with the novel coronavirus, the spike protein antibody is immediately released. Immune killer cells seize dormant viruses. Contraception is arrested before the infection is set.

Farmer Producer Organizations FPO

Farmer Producer Organizations FPO By India Government

Farmer Producer Organizations

The Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare of the indian government, Shri Narendra Singh Tomar said that, with the creation of ten thousand new Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs) a new dimension is being added to the farmer's groups. He said that 86% of the farmers in the country are small and marginal farmers, who will strengthen the rural economy through these Farmer Producer Organizations FPOs, the agricultural sector will not be progress by Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs), but also create new avenues for the development of the country. The Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare was addressing the meeting of Laghu Udyog Bharti and Sahakar Bharti through video conference, in which Minister of State for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Purushottam Rupala and Mr. Kailash Chaudhary and Union Minister of State for Water Resources Shri Arjun Ram Meghwal. was present. Mr. Tomar said that, initially the minimum number of members in the FPO would be 300 in the plains and 100 in the North-East and hilly areas. The FPOs that are being formed for the benefit of small, marginal and landless farmers will be managed in such a way that these farmers have access to technical inputs, finance and better markets and prices for their crops, so that the target To be completed. Doubling the income of farmers by the year 2022 as envisaged by the government of India. The FPO will help reduce the cost of production and marketing, and will also help improve production in agriculture and horticulture sectors. It will also help in increasing employment opportunities. Shri Tomar said that in the 2020-21 budget, it is proposed to adopt a cluster approach to horticultural products through the "One District - One Product" scheme to promote value addition, marketing and exports. To be promoted. It is a central scheme, with a total budget of Rs. 6,865 crore. All Farmer Producer Organizations  FPOs will be provided with professional support and handholding for 5 years. 15% of the Farmer Producer Organizations FPO is to be constituted in the aspirational districts, and will be made on priority basis in the scheduled tribal areas. It is a yield cluster based scheme. The Farmer Producer Organizations FPO will also promote organic and natural farming. Mr. Tomar explained in detail about the scheme and said that it would be implemented through agencies like NABARD, SFAC and NCDC. They will be provided with the facility of equity grant up to Rs. 15 lakhs on matching equity basis for financial stability. There will be a Credit Guarantee Fund with NABARD and NCDC under which suitable credit guarantee up to Rs 2 crore will be provided per FPO. Realizing the importance of capacity building, training and skill development of stakeholders, there is a provision to provide training in organizational management, resource planning, marketing and processing through national and regional level institutions. Several suggestions were received from representatives of participating organizations. And various issues were discussed.

United States Independence Day 4th July

United States Independence Day

United States Of America Independence Day

On this day 4th July in 1776, the Second Continental Congress adopted the United States Declaration of Independence, now known as Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Taking this historic step Congress declared these are joint colonies, and should be free and independent states. Today, we celebrating the independence of the United States, the vision of our founding fathers told the world about that disastrous day, along with countless patriots who continue to ensure that the flames of the United States freedom are never extinguished. The enduring commitment to the ideals of justice that have come from the foundation of our nation to define our American spirit stem. Declaring that our rights to pursuit of Life, Liberty and Happiness should be protected by the United States governments are established among the American people acquiring their judicial powers with the consent of the governed , The founding fathers began the American experiment on the freedom and democracy over tyranny and monarchy. Two hundred and forty years later, the principles contained in the Declaration of Independence advance our nation and stand as beacons of freedom of the United States, prosperity and opportunity for all the citizens of the United States. In the past months the American soul has undoubtedly brought many challenges. Have tested Nevertheless, it is withstanding the adversity that we have our most proud moments of victory in our country. Today, in particular, we are reminded of the extraordinary feats that our nation found some 250 years ago. Together, we all the United States citizens must ensure that we live up to the ideals of our Declaration of Independence and do all that we can to protect and preserve the United States freedoms that make our country the greatest in the world. The First Lady and I each Wishing American a happy and blessed July and celebrating our great nation with pride. God bless the United States of America.